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Learn more about the concept of Blind Coding Academies.
How to use the free Hopscotch Coding App to learn programming concepts and promote STEM education.
Using the SoloLearn app to learn programming skills and stand out when applying for jobs. Great for college students!
This mainstream coding app is accessible!
Why and how I use the Free Repl.it software in my programming classes as a low vision student.
How and why to participate in Hour of Code with assistive technology, from a vision impaired college student studying it.
Here is a fully accessible periodic table with links to more information.
Ballyland Code is an accessible app that teaches beginning coding concepts for young children!
Teach your student how to create line charts that show the stock price of a company over time.
Read accessible digital line charts using a special type of line chart called a stock chart which displays the price of a company's stock price over time.
Teach your students how to read bar charts using examples that compare planets in our solar system.
A recap of Grace Hopper 2018 and what I took away from the conference.
Learn how math and game development go hand-in-hand.
Learn about accessible digital graphing with the Braille Note Touch!
The Accelerator makes digital charts and graphs accessible! Learn more about accessibility options here.
The Accelerator makes digital charts and graphs accessible! Step-by-step instruction to using the Accelerator.
The second article in this series will focus on Creating Tactile Graphics with Firebird Software.
This article contains information on Quorum, an accessible programing language, as well as other resources & information related to blind programers & coders.
What is it like to be an oceanographer at sea who is blind?
The PenFriend can be used as an auditory tool for science instruction with students who are blind or visually impaired.
This webcast is intended to assist educators in adapting Science curriculum for visually impaired and deaf-blind students.
In this webcast, Lucia Hasty discusses spatial relationship and graphic literacy and strategies for teaching students to read tactile graphics.
Step-by-step instructions on how to create an accessible bar chart in the Pages app.
YOU can create a simple table with accessible pictures!
Looking for activities to improve your students' graphics literacy skills?
Check out Feelif Creator's accessible educational games!
This tutorial presents an overview of 3-D printing technology, with an emphasis on teaching and learning strategies.
How to make science labs and activities accessible for students with low vision and blindness.
This presentation will cover typical costs, material uses, and design technology for creating 3-D tools to the classroom.
Every educator should hear what Dr. Grandin has to say about teaching students who are on the autism spectrum!
Are YOUR students participating in the Hour of Code?
Tips for participating in science fairs with low vision.
Make mulling spices to stimulate the senses while students learn math, language arts, social skills, and independent living skills.
How Can a Student with Visual Impairments Participate in a Science Fair?
Create your own Sudoku puzzles and use these fun puzzles to teach tech skills!
Ten options for making the Periodic Table accessible for students with blindness and low vision.
Can students with diverse abilities successfully work together?
Everything you need to know about Nucleus is here in this content.
Quickly create your own geometric 3-dimensional objects using these magnetic tiles.
Combine hands-on activities with digital bar charts with these fun fall activities!
Tips for TVIs and science teachers to set up an accessible science classroom for students who are blind or who have low vision
In this article, I look at three web applications to try to assess how usable they might be for people with visual impairments.
Using an active learning approach to teach science to students with severe special needs or multiple disabilities
In her science project, a student chose to test students' ability to hear sound in different ranges of pitch.
APH produces useful and concise instructional videos.
Jill and Jamie tested water movement (up) a paper towel using 3 different kinds of paper towel.
A student with a visual impairment designs a scientific experiment to investigate whether boys learn to beatbox more quickly than girls.
Mike, is a student who loves to beat box. His project reflects his interest.
This blog provides the TVI with practical advice as to equipment, models, and tools to prepare for a student who will be in a High School Biology class.
In this science experiment, Jennifer, Daisy, and Warren decided to test whether participants would prefer homemade ice cream or store-bought ice cream.
In this experiment, Calvin tested the volume of the explosion using different vinegars.